Date
May 25, 2017

Alison Payne, intelligence analyst for iJET International focuses on a notable increase in labor and development-related civil unrest has occurred in Tunisia in recent months. Government officials have attempted to mitigate the unrest through negotiations and promises of local reforms as well as by discussing national-level reforms with the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Despite these efforts, it is unlikely that demonstrations will cease in the near term, as promised reforms will do little to achieve quick and visible results in areas affected by protests.  Subscription required.